The resend-delay Element
[Default: -1] [Deprecated as of release 6.0.0]
It specifies the time, in milliseconds, to wait before resending the AU requests to the server. There are a couple of reasons an AU request is not received by the server. For example, though rarely, Internet Explorer 6 sometimes won't send the package at all. To ensure the reliability, ZK will abort the previous request and then resend the request, if the specified delay expires.
- The default is 9000 if ZK 5.0.3 EE or prior is used.
|5.0.4||July, 2010||resend-delay is default to -1 (i.e., disabled by default) no matter ZK CE or EE.|
|6.0.0||November, 2011||The feature is removed and the setting has no effect, since we can't replicate IE6 issue anymore (after using a more conservative approach to send an Ajax request)|